The release event was held at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International, where she attended a book signing for the work in addition to providing a reading performance.
Lilly has stated that the idea for the book first came to her when she was 14 years old.
She took the agent's business card but did not immediately pursue acting.
She eventually called and the agency landed her several roles in commercials and non-speaking parts in the TV shows Smallville and Kingdom Hospital.
In addition to speaking fluent German, he has a knack at impersonations and accents.
He frequently returns to his hometown of Manchester, England.
Since watching Star Wars when he was six years old, Dominic has been consumed by films.
His other obsessions include writing, music, fashion, playing/watching soccer and surfing.
Born and raised in Berlin, Monaghan and his family moved to England when he was twelve.
Lilly has stated that future books will each reveal a new Squickerwonker character and unique vice, which will eventually become the undoing of the character.
The illustrator for the book is Johnny Fraser-Allen of Weta Workshop, a New Zealand-based concept design firm that worked on films including The Hobbit.
The foreword to the book was written by director Peter Jackson.
She described the work as "a graphic book series designed for children", stating that the book is about a young girl who joins a group of characters she described as "this family, the Squickerwonkers, and they're strange outcasts who all have very particular vices".